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Fast rising producer Chase Iyan recruits Cleo Ice Queen, BMak, 32 Karat, and CJayy Prime for the Hiphop super jam “RUN IT”

Headlines Fast rising producer Chase Iyan recruits Cleo Ice Queen, BMak, 32 Karat,...

The dynamics of hip hop sound and culture have evolved over the past few years, and our very own Zambian hip hop artists have not hesitated to be a part of that growth. Chase Iyan, budding and fast rising producer and recording artist, teams up with the sly rapper BMAK of XYZ, 32 Karat the TrapGod of Zambia, CJayy Prime; 1 half of the dynamic duo THEFAKE, and the Zambian HipHop Queen herself, Cleo Ice Queen, to produce this super epic, super cool, new school track titled ; ‘RUN IT’.

All four artistes represent the various and broad aspects that come along with being a rapper in this day and age. The song is mesmerizing, with a trap beat that will have you bopping and dabbing instantly. When asked what inspired the song, the rappers all agreed that once the beat dropped they were all moved to write verses and come up with an infectious hook.

RUN IT is a must have for every playlist. Be on the lookout for a music video coming soon.

 

BY KAPA187

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